Full day tour to Krka waterfalls National park. Take a relaxing walk and admire beautiful Krka waterfalls. Enjoy fresh air and untouched nature. This is unforgettable experience of exploring the flora and fauna, listening to the sounds of nature and photographing magnificent nature.
AVAILABILITY: available entire year
About Krka National Park:
Krka National park is situated near historical city of Šibenik. Krka river flows through the canyon and after 75 km, close to Šibenik, flows into the sea. Within national park you will find beautiful waterfalls, lakes, remains of the Roman aqueduct, military camp and Medieval fortresses from 14th century. Krka is declared national park in 1985 and some of the most famous waterfalls are: Skardinski buk, Roški slap, Bilišića buk, Brljanski slap, Manojlovac and Miljacka. At the foot of the Skradinski buk waterfall is second oldest hydro power plant built in the world built just 2 days after the one in Niagara waterfalls in 1985.
PLAN OF THE TOUR:
Duration: 7:00 hours
Departure from Zadar old town at 8:00 in the morning. Arrival to Krka National park around 9:30. Sightseeing starts from Lozovac entrance from where you will follow your guide towards Skradinski buk waterfall. You will walk on a wooden bridges and see magnificent travertine waterfalls, enjoy breathtaking view from Krka imperial viewpoint, visit etno village with water mills and former hydro-power plant. Friendly guide will introduce you to the interesting history and facts about the national park and Šibenik county.
After that you will have free time for lunch and to explore the park on your own.
Return to Zadar around 15:00.
PRICE: from 490,00 HRK or 67,00 EUR per person
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
- Transfer with air-conditioned vehicle
- Licensed guide
- Lunch package
- Entrance ticket for Krka waterfalls NP
- Skip the line guarantee (no waiting in line to buy entrance ticket)
NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
- personal consumption
RECOMMENDED AGE: suitable for all age groups, children, adults and seniors
DIFFICULTY: easy walking tour through national park but there is lot of stairs so this tour is not recommended for people that have physical impairments
GUIDE: licensed local guide (Croatian/English/German speaking)
WHAT TO BRING: comfortable shoes, layered clothes, sun cream during summer, rain coat in case of rain, ID, mobile phone, local currency money